I recently came across an interesting article that pointed out the difference between being shy and introverted. They are not the same. In fact, they are quite different concepts.
Learning to identify keywords will empower your kids to study and work effectively, transport them to fantastic imaginary worlds, and better understand the one we actually live in.
Almost everyone, at some point, will be called to speak in front of others or even do a presentation. This begins in school, but will follow you for most of your life.
How many of us wish we were taught about our emotions in school? I am raising both hands.
Do you find yourself saying yes to things when you really want to say no?
Did you know that everyone learns things differently? Some learn by doing, some by seeing, some not at all no matter what. Just kidding, we all learn, just at a different pace.
I discovered yet another pearl of wisdom from Japan. They may be on to something… its been around since 30,000 BC.
The issue of the mental health of our children is being brought up by teachers, parents, and other professionals more and more often these days. While there is no “one fix-all” solution, I came across the article and wanted to share a few tips from it with you.
As parents, we often let our children control our lives. This ranges from what they eat to what they do for entertainment. However, by letting our children ‘rule the household,’ we are doing them a great disservice in the long run.
We all have bad days and certain vices that help get us through them. Though you may not remember it, you didn’t get there on your own.